Deutsche Bank Thanking "18,000 Volunteers" On Actual Sign Hanging In NYC HQ Today
You would think that someone in HR would be a little more sensitive to that number right now, but also this is Deutsche Bank.
Yahoo Hack Blows Back On Marissa Mayer In Most Marissa Mayer Way Imaginable
Oh, Marissa, you've outdone yourself.
Facebook Finally Admits That No One Really Watches Video On Facebook
Happy Friday, Facebook PR team!
Wells Fargo Tops 'Use Of A Work Email On An Adultery Site' League Tables
With Bank of America coming in at a close second.
HSBC Apologizes For Making Your Day A Little More Exciting
Sorry that a good-looking, scantily-clad Asian woman appeared on your screen, you prude.
JC Penney Learns That You Have To Share Your Mistakenly Released Sales Numbers With The Whole Class
Somewhere, Ron Johnson is smirking so hard right now.
Raymond James Taking The Fall For Not-So-Bright Employees
Raymond James has decided to take a loss rather than admit to employing idiots.
Whitney Tilson Was As Surprised As You Are To Learn That He Was Long Netflix On The Way Up
NFLX is up 75% year to date so you probably assumed that Whitney Tilson had gotten rid of it sometime last year. You were not alone: We thought it was a little strange when Whitney Tilson and Glenn Tongue's hedge fund T2 Partners' latest 13F came out earlier this week and Netflix wasn't included. We sent the hedge fund manager an email to find out why and there's now a corrected version of the fund's regulatory filing out. It turned out, it was just an error. As of December 31, 2011, T2 Partners had combination of 89,771 shares and 81,000 call options in Netflix, according to the updated 13F. Here's Why Whitney Tilson's 13-F Didn't Have Netflix In It When It Came Out [BI]